L'Union and Tribune Office Building, 527 Conti Street, New Orleans
The building at present day 527 Conti Street in New Orleans was home to offices of L'Union and later the New Orleans Tribune, two Black owned newspapers that promoted the abolition of slavery and full citizenship rights for men of African descent.
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